Training Programs

CFR Offers a variety of child care training sessions

Training opportunities, workshops and conferences

 

  • CFR workshops cover a wide range of topics, including curriculum development, creativity, positive discipline, health and safety, and challenging behaviors.
  • Family Child Care – CFR is the sponsoring organization for Family Child Care registration in Morris County. Looking to become a Provider? We offer on-going registration training.
  • C.D.A. (Child Development Associate Credentials) training – CFR offers a comprehensive training opportunity (120 hours) to assist candidates in obtaining their CDA credential.

 

NJ First Steps Infant Toddler Initiative

The New Jersey First Steps Infant/Toddler Initiative was created to assist early educators in offering the very best possible care for New Jersey’s youngest citizens. Three regional agencies, Programs for Parents, Inc. (northern), Community Coordinated Child Care of Union County (central), and the Southern Regional Child Care Resource Center, EIRC (southern) will serve as lead agencies for the 16 child care resource and referral agencies across the state. The agencies will employ Infant/Toddler Specialists who will partner with early care providers and their directors, by providing professional development, technical assistance, consultation services, program assessment and resources.

For more information please visit the Programs for Parents website or call 973-744-4050 ext 1016.

 

Duty To Care... You Make A Difference

Military Family Projects is pleased to announce a new one hour e-learning program, Duty to Care: You Make a Difference, available on our website. Created for early learning professionals, the easy to use program is divided into three 20 minute modules and addresses what infants and toddlers need to develop well and ways to support military children when a military parent is deployed, injured, or the loss of the Service member. Download the certificate of completion for professional development when you complete the program. 

Visit: http://www.zerotothree.org/about-us/funded-projects/military-families/

Please see our Event Calendar for available training opportunities.
 

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ACT Program
ACT - Adults & Children Together - Against Violence Training Program is a train-the-trainer model. It is based on four decades of research by the American Psychological Association (APA) and the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) with a national ad campaign by the AD Council. Call Rebekka Zydel at (973) 398-1730 x 140.
 


 
   

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